Junk scientists and their media allies can rail all they like about the alleged dangers of chemicals that protect crops, but without them the farm belt would collapse.
A new study suggests the Canadian Wheat Board unnecessarily suppresses the barley market.
Opponents of genetically modified grains claim that their property rights are transgressed when a neighbour’s crop migrates onto their land. Manitoba farmer and writer Rolf Penner examines their case.
Has objectivity been replaced by anti-pesticide bias?